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shot and killed by police officers who were responding to a 911 call creek side drive near]4rpyrlq! main not'zx:h#prrç! from a high school. one person has been fatally shot by officers. no officers were injured. investigators on the scene with someone from the d.a.'s office. amy hollyfield, is at the police station now. expected around:30 where police could announce new details, more coming up. >>> right now, 6 a.m.,[p" a chk on the weather, how long we >>> good morning. here's a look at live doppler dropping moisture just picking up dry aie-ax we are starting off with cloudy conditions around the bay, mid 40s by noon, partly cloudy to mostly
bill. today, the president basically said, no more. y'rp+ing this dumb fight. i am not going to do it again. >> i want to send a very clear message to people here. we are not going to play that game next year. if congress in any way suggests that they're going to tie negotiations to debt ceiling votes, and take us to the brink of default once again, as part of a budget negotiation, which, by the way, we have never done in our history, until we did it last year, i will not play that game. because we've got to break that habit before it starts. >> republicans have a debt ceiling fake crisis habit and the president says he'll break it. and he's backed up by the treasury secretary and the leader of the democrats in the house. >> do you agree with alan greenspan, that we ought to just eliminate the debt ceiling? >> oh, absolutely. >> you do? will you propose that? >> well, you know, this is something that only congress can solve. congress put it on itself. we've had 100 years of experience with it. and i think only once, last summer, did people decide to use it to threaten default on th
their hand and disagree with a group. we are receipt ceno -- we are rp to do that. it's just the a rall i -- it's a rall is of this bystander effect. megyn: there was a book that talked about survivors. when an airplane goes down. people would be madly dashing towards the exit. but the facts show normally people sit there -- they are paralyzed in stone because they have never dealt with the situation before. they don't know what to do. so are the critics being too hard on the people standing on the subway platform just trying to catch a train one second and the next in a life or death situation who was in a life or death situation the next? >> the critics may be tough on these folks. but human beings can aspire to better. we have to look at these events and say don't just be like a piece of velcro sticking to the crowd. culturally this has tremendous implications. if nobody will reach down to save a single man's life who will be crushed by an oncoming train. who will lead at a time of desperate need in our nation. who will raise their hand and say i will take the hit. megyn: the reports a
'm sure many of you were talking about this here, many are calling dr. joseph a hero. 9r9dvçawiwm:sfzñsxrpk<--ñmql73 z they have now released the afghans, but for the 11 hours after that, the doctor remained a captive. among the victims, nicholas check, one of the s.e.a.l.s here this is the same group that helped take down osama bin laden, but we don't know if check was part of that mission there in pakistan. so today, morning star staffers, they are far from joyous. a statement online says, quote, our relief in the safe rescue of mr. joseph is now tempered by our deep grief over the loss of this hero. we want them to know that we will always be grateful for this sacrifice and that we will honor that sacrifice in any way we can. i want tozienke, a former navy s.e.a.l. good to see you. welcome back. let me throw a hypothetical at you. let's say you're currently, you know, part of s.e.a.l. team six. you get this phone call.8íév9k÷Ñ you win, the s.e.a.l.s are trying to never give up and to win. it takes a lot of resources to do it. the training is very intense, very difficult. but these
of the top tier rp candidates there at the very end of this contest say to me, personally, hey, i feel like i didn't get a fair deal from them. they were out there, basically in the tank for the other guy. >> but if you listen to the audio on washingtonpost.com, that conversation that k.t. mcfarland had with general petraeus, it is pretty stunning when you hear it. she didn't think it was a joke. she was taking it very, very seriously. she's a former high-ranking official in the defense department during the bush administration. >> that's right. and as you see in our piece, she went on fox news a couple of days later, after petraeus was tapped to head the cia and basically recounted much of what was said during that discussion. but at the same time as we're all talking about partisan media and so forth, keep in mind, you know, the prime-time pundits and anchors over at msnbc were over at the white house this afternoon, meeting with president obama on the administration's proposals for getting the fiscal cliff passed up on capitol hill. so, you know, i would say a lot of republicans who would
portfolio standards require utilities to procure green power. so in texas we have blown past the rps. we're already there. >> it dictates and demands from the state, passed by the state, 100% of the power, some percentage has to come from renewable sources? >> that's exactly right. that's a huge driver for private investment in the industry. it's also been very important as katie said to have the production tax credit, the investment tax credit for solar. especially in a plummeting gas price environment, we need these incentives in order to keep building the infrastructure. >> solar, i think, is undergoing a sort of remarkable decline in the costs of production, but it doesn't have nearly the share that wind does, right? is that where solar is at right now? >> let me put this in perspective. if you talk about the tax to convert satellite into electricity. the first commercial use was in 1994. at the time it was literally astronomical in costs. not for the space race with the soviets where we needed satellites in space and needed power for the satellites. nasa turned to solar cells as a s
for federal rp programs for commission. in recent years we have been asking the g.a.o. to do more with less as we should, but g.a.o. will become more efficient by reducing obligations that once served an important purpose. now needlessly consume its limited resources. eliminating these mandates will also allow the g.a.o. to responsible to congressional requests for assistance. g.a.o. handpicked these reports is overly burdensome with modest benefits and the related committees of jurisdiction concur. senator carper introduced senate bill 3315, the g.a.o. mandates revision act, in june of this year, and the measure passed the united states senate by unanimous consent in september. as a consequence, we urge all of our colleagues to support this measure and reserve the balance of our time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time is reserved. the gentlelady from the district of columbia. ms. norton: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. ms. norton: i rise in support of the bill before us today s. 3315, amen
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